SOLE in a Box provides schools across South Africa with crowdfunded kits that allow students to guide their own learning by using the internet to answer "big questions" and develop IT skills, creativity, and entrepreneurship.
Zimbabwe Network of Early Childhood Development Actors (ZINECDA) is a national umbrella of Early Childhood Development Organizations working in partnership to influence policies, programs and practice related to Early Childhood Development (ECD) by sharing information on experiences and generating knowledge and understanding of ECD.
The Stepping Stones program aims to improve the government's existing Anganwadi early childhood development centres for indigenous tribal groups in rural communities through the development of an enhanced curriculum, use of technology to track implementation and child outcomes, public-private partnerships, and community engagement.
This intervention provides materials and trains frontline government service providers (health and welfare assistants/visitors) to incorporate early stimulation messages and practices into existing health and nutrition work with parents of children under 3.
This intervention is developing, piloting and evaluating a reformed curriculum for home visiting services and group meetings run by FAMI, the national parenting program in Colombia targeting disadvantaged families and children under 2 in rural areas.
The Teacher Self-Learning Academy project delivers a teacher self-study program through the use of audio-visual materials made available on iPods and linked with teacher peer learning through teacher reflection groups.